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“The List” of Corporate Fellows – Where was it Found? [First published 7/19/2013]

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I found this list in July 2013. All were Corporate Fellows of a certain Nonprofit (notice: none are nonprofits themselves, I think)[1].

([1] update. Actually the last one on the list (Western Governors University) is, and probably some of the healthcare-related ones also are.

See “Phoebe Factoid suit argued in Highest Court” (Oct. 2011. The nonprofit in question was a health-care system n Albany, Georgia). I blogged it in January 30, 2010, as a point of reference about nonprofitsThe Profit in Nonprofits and 2 men in Albany, GA, however that post has been blocked out (I DNK why) from public view. Interesting.

[2] My 9/15/2016 update Page (since where the list was found has already been identified in later posts) includes information on the specific public-civil-servant (governors)-led organization’s red-carpet invitation to a “pay-per-presentation” style of governance through the “Corporate Fellows Program.”  The Page* is about a different subject matter, but in the course of explaining who is that organization, also takes a look at one of the half-BILLION-dollar (Total Assets, of which around $300M is stowed in public-treated securities controlled by an organization whose independently voting board of directors is only 14 people):

Do you Know Your NGA?  Post-PRWORA, 1998 Stealth, Coordinated Expansion/Diversion of Welfare Funds based on Sociological, Quasi-Religious Ideology on the Ideal Family Structure …. (Page Added 9/2016)

*In blogging, a Page =/= a Post. Posts appear in sequence (current  ~~> older) on the blog main page as published, and links to them, by date only (without titles) also show up automatically under “Archives. ”  By contrast links (access) to published Pages are only displayed if I, the blog administrator, choose to load them onto the sidebar, or link to them within a post, as I did here.  Right now, my right sidebar is overloaded, and this “Do You Know Your NGA” one may or may not show up there when I publish it, later today (9/15/2016).  

Incidentally, this seems to be true for all blogs and websites, such that private individuals working for or more closely associated with the blog’s (or website’s ) organization may have access to much more information than the public does at any point in time.  Also, material displayed changes over time.

Sometimes I will run across information through a general Google search for which I cannot find ANY clear path to starting from the main website.  When this happens, repeatedly, on government websites (state level or other) it can be very disconcerting.

Over the three years since this post, I have learned a lot.  I recommend viewing that “Do You Know Your NGA” Post at your earliest convenience.  I believe this information is under-reported and not commonly understood, although as you will find out, the NGA claims to pre-date both the income tax and the federal reserve…  Sincerely//LGH (Blogger “Let’s Get Honest”).

My last few posts have taken a look at some of these corporations, what business they are in, and how they do business. The groups, and their founders are fascinating, and are the backdrop to the type of business chosen to be on such a list. These corporate fellows, literally help government advise the people how to think, work, act, and how the world works and on major public policy.

These types of companies reflect major sectors of the economy. I encourage people to look some of them up and ask, what did they have in common, and to whom are they “Corporate Fellows?”

So it’s only “THE List” in the context of recent references by me to “the list.”

Below this list((in two formats), a short discussion of why the word “Fellows” and what it implies, other than honor, high achievement, special privileges, and esteemed colleagues. It also has snob appeal, cf. a form of nobility. So whoever considered this list to be “Corporate Fellows,” other than that they’re also contributing to the central group, we should be asking WHY.

Such lists (this is only one) are indicators of who, really, is “The U.S.A.?” and what business is it in. I think this particular clue is overlooked and underrated as to how deeply it can affect the quality of life, and who answers to whom, at the “local” (street) level.

It’s in two formats — the top table contains (or should) the exact same list as the bottom.

The BOTTOM one may be easier to click on individual corporations than the bottom, BUT OVER TIME HAS LOST ITS TABLE FORMATTING, and I am not replacing it at this time.

I tried to put it in a single-column, left-side-of post, format around which posts could be written, but don’t have the technical expertise (yet). If you want to help upgrade the visual formatting of this post, please use the Donate Button to right!

TOP: THE SINGLE-COLUMN FORMAT (click on any link) with a “for example” row:
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July 19, 2013 at 9:02 pm

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